Mouthwatering Vegan creations, sweet and savory
Look at these vegan recipes are these not mouthwatering creations our friends did share with us?Who does not get inspired to try them? Our friend David Rush shared something sweet with us and his Margarita may be welcome not only on Margarita Day. No wonder he “ate the whole thing .”
The Mumbai-based “Desserted Girl” Gayatri has two temptations for us.The Peanutbutter Cups are so quick and so easy to prepare and a healthy guilt-free treat. Veronica from GB one of the award-winning sisters has a lemon blueberry drizzle cake and a recipe for Pancake-lovers. The banana and chocolate bread and a Vegan Lentil Lasagne which can be a favorite dish for the family. Indu from “Indu’s International Kitchen” say’s:”My kitchen is my sanctuary – When I am cooking, all my aches and pains go away and I am energized! I am obsessed with cooking healthy meals for my family.” She is not only creative in cooking, she also has been creative in finding names for her recipes which she converted from Indian traditional food to vegan. See her mouthwatering vegan creations. India has a wealth in tasty and healthy food and can often easily made vegan. Every region in India has his specialties and we are grateful for Indu’s recipes made vegan on page 4
Do not forget to buy the ingredients organic and as fresh as possible. Many say there is no farmers market nearby, but it is up to the consumer. We live in an abundant universe and where there is a demand the product will appear. Junk will disappear if nobody buys it. To your health, enjoy the mouthwatering vegan recipes shared by our friends.
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16 Mouthwatering Vegan Creation Shared By Our Friends
There is nothing quite like a pear. They have less acidity and tartness than apples, though not quite the heady bouquet of quince (although, pears are at least edible raw), but still a floral enough perfume that their kinship to roses comes as no surprise. They take incredibly well to spices like vanilla, be it poached or roasted with sugar and butter, or cinnamon similarly. Ground ginger and cardamom do a fine job with this fruit, too—my Ginger & Cardamom Asian Pear Hand Pies prove it. Alas, of all the pairings (get it?), my favorite is a richer, darker, more sinister one—something with some guts to it. I’m talking about chocolate.
February 22nd is National Margarita Day! What better opportunity is there for an excuse to make some margaritas? You know, if you’re the sort of person that needs an excuse for margaritas that is.
Last year my contribution to the celebration was my Coconut Margarita, a slightly tropical nod to one of the most beloved and enjoyed cocktails. I went back to the tropics with this one too, but this time with pineapple.
by The Desserted Girl.
This is the dessert you’re allowed to eat for breakfast, then again after lunch, then for an evening snack and then after dinner. Maybe at midnight too. We can justify all of this with wholegrains, honey, no oil, no butter, no added sugars aaaaaaaaand coconut whipped cream.
You guys, I am over the moon about this healthier version of shortcakes. Because not only are they exactly how you bid farewell to strawberries, they are also so delicious, you’ll almost think of going without an all-butter pie crust. Almost.
I did it. I found a way to keep a stash of chocolate in the fridge after giving away my stash of chocolate in the fridge. Basically, I reduced my guilt and then brought it right back because guilt reduction is overrated.
I present to you, barely sweetened (ergo, healthy), intensely dark, homemade peanut butter cups. They are so quick, so easy, so delicious, that all of your efforts to stop surrounding yourself with candy will go right out the window.